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BerandaLifestyleEntertainment10 Rising Dealers in Los Angeles to Know as Frieze Comes to Town

10 Rising Dealers in Los Angeles to Know as Frieze Comes to Town

A number of galleries—among them, David Kordansky, Blum (formerly Blum & Poe), Regen Projects, Roberts Projects, Various Small Fires, Night Gallery, and Commonwealth and Council—have been instrumental in building up the city’s commercial scene for the past decade, and the scene is rich. klik99

As this year’s editions of Frieze Los Angeles at the Santa Monica Airport and Felix Art Fair at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel approach, ARTnews catches up with 10 art dealers to know in Los Angeles, who are actively crafting the scene in the City of Angels. klik99

annah Hoffman Gallery’s exhibition program is known for raising the profiles of historically important artists and cutting-edge contemporary ones since its opening in 2013. Historic shows have included the work of Brazilian icon Mira Schendel, American painter and sculptor Paul Thek, and American photographer Alvin Baltrop. The gallery’s roster of contemporary artists is based primarily in the United States, and many have a connection to LA. Notable exhibitions include the first organized show of Paul Thek’s work in the city, as well as an off-site project with Tony Cokes in Paul R. Williams’s private residence that coincided with artist D’Ette Nogle installing a show nearby in a series of public storage units.

“We represent a lot of women, which is an important position of the gallery,” Hoffman told ARTnews. Among the artists who have recently joined the roster are Kate Mosher Hall, Luz Carabaño, Dominique Knowles, Maren Karlson, and Caitlin MacQueen. At Frieze, the gallery will show a number of artists from across its program. “It is exciting to be in dialogue with an artist at the beginning and to help them establish a strong, stable foundation on which a long career can flourish.” klik99